Ruins of a mansion with a bath are preserved in the Kapsokavadis estate. To the east a large hall (Caldarium), 4,70 X 6m with an entrance from the north and an arched roof. The walls (0,90 m thick) are built of equal size bricks and plaster, in some places with irregular stones and bricks. Details of architectural interest: Clay pipes run through the mansion, while the original flooring is preserved in some rooms (multicolored mosaic with geometric jewels, pieces of white and black marble).More
Roman times BCE
Visible / Reachable by public?
Yes, reachable by the public.
The Roman baths in Benitses – together with other Roman baths’ sites on the island – are testament to the strong Roman presence in Corfu.
No, no admittance fee.
Eco-Touristic added value
Rich in plantation, combines seaside and mountain backdrop scenery.
The area offers the opportunity for swimming in Benitses, seafood dining, and there is a hiking & mountain climbing circuit in Stavros village right above Benitses.